Tag Archives: comic books

12Dec/19

Take THAT Decade!

It’s now been over seven years since I began to take my study of the occult “seriously” (and over four since starting this blog) and while the thought of recapping highlights from the past year (let alone the last decade) seems absolutely laborious to me, at least I can say that I feel like I’ve pretty successfully quit tobacco, and at this point even the thought of smoking a cigarette makes me feel a little queasy…

13Oct/19

Jenaissance Faire: Part 2

So this week did play host to a few landmark events, I’d say. While we still felt the rumblings of the so-called “month of rescheduling” I do feel like things are gettingRead More…

05Oct/19

Where’d That Pesky Time Go..?

Whether it’s a True Detective inspired Southern Gothic-style the Crucible meets Cthulhu or an 80’s satanic panic kids on bikes-style Willy Wonka meets Halloween III, you’re in for the most nightmarish of mashup episodes imaginable. But, then again… too much additional explanation here simply risks spoiling the show.

28Sep/19

Christmas Came EARLY this Year…

So today (and it being a New Moon and all) I sent out to my editor the finished first draft script for my story “Iceland’s Last Yule/First Christmas”… which ended up taking the Yule Lad folklore, and using it as a vehicle to be one big love letter to Viking culture, Icelandic history and sagas, Norse mythology, comparative religion, dark fantasy, and of course all things magick.